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Donna (#47684374)
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Brooke Lamson
Anna Lissner Heins
Just saw the message from Dave Kilmer asking about the Lissner name and where it came from, since it also appears as Lestner. Anna is my ancestor as well, and I'm interested in seeing your reply to him. Thanks
Added by Brooke Lamson on Apr 15, 2015 7:25 PM
Bob Collins
RE: Emma Detschel
There is no section 468 in Green-Wood. The section numbers stop at 207. The online burial list is chock-full of mishaps. Rest assured--the section number is 128. If you want to be sure, go to Green-Wood's website andd download the cemetery map. Look in the far left corner for section 128.
Added by Bob Collins on Apr 13, 2015 5:21 PM
Alva Burkhalter
Don Burkhalter
Donna,
Thanks for the instructions. I think I did it. By the way you folks do a fantastic service. I love the site and have used it often in ancestry research. As more and more people get info on the site it will become even more valuable. I am currently working with others to add to and clean up my relatives.
Thanks, Alva
Added by Alva Burkhalter on Apr 11, 2015 5:07 PM
Alva Burkhalter
RE: Don
donna,
I could not figure out how to delete my Photo or obituary. Please delete the ones I added. Yours look great. Thanks so much for your help
Alva
Added by Alva Burkhalter on Apr 11, 2015 4:24 PM
Alva Burkhalter
Donald H Burkhalter
Donna,
Either obituary will be fine with me. Thanks for your help. I will be happy to help with any histories but I do not think I would be good on site because my computer skill are not the beast and my typing is the Columbus Method (hunting land). Glad to meet You and I do miss Don. He was a kind soul. Please do not hesitate to contact me If I can help with other Burkhalter relatives. I am current working with several of your cohorts to update other sites.
Alva
Added by Alva Burkhalter on Apr 10, 2015 6:19 PM
Julie Miller
RE: Eugenia McCormick Pierce
HI Donna
There are only 2 people with the last name Pierce in the Early Death Records book. Amy Pierce and Berta Pierce.
I also looked at the cemetery records for Old Riverside where Amiel, Eugenia and daughter Caroline are buried. They are the only Pierces buried in that cemetery
Added by Julie Miller on Apr 08, 2015 7:02 PM
Pebbles
RE: Carrie Pierce
hello i do not know anything more about her. Sorry From Barbara Aka Sam
Added by Pebbles on Apr 06, 2015 1:55 PM
sjmohr
RE: Fraser-Diggin
It's possible that some Fraser headstones are sunken-buried, but so far, they seem to be buried in the "higher ground" areas of the cemetery where the graves don't sink. I won't post the photo of Lots 23-24 Section J (where other Frasers are reportedly buried) until I go back at least one more time to verify. It takes me several trips to be POSITIVE of a person's grave site before I post a photo of an "empty" gravesite. I also will try to get a better photo of George, he has one of those headstones facing east, difficult to photo. If you ever come to Toledo, let me know, I'll give you a Grand Tour of the cemetery! Till later - sjmohr
Added by sjmohr on Apr 01, 2015 10:36 AM
sjmohr
RE: Photo'd MAY's Name
I photoed May Fraser Bumps's name and posted it on her Memorial Page. Definitely says May, not Mary. That issue is settled! I also added a photo for George S. Fraser. I looked in Section J for the Fraser requests you had. I did not find them, definitely found Lot 24, I took a photograph of where they are (most likely) buried. I didn't know if you wanted an empty lot/gravesite posted or not.
Added by sjmohr on Mar 30, 2015 11:57 AM
sjmohr
RE: Happy Accidents
I love that saying. As my mistake has helped you,I don't feel so bad about not reading May/Mary's headstone! I am trying to get back to the cemetery so I can confirm what the spelling actually is, will also try to photo the others you requested. Kudos for teaching art - how well I remember my Art classes! I was a metallurgist. Nobody knows what that occupation is when I tell them. (It's a beautiful little world!) I live in NW Ohio - these past two winters, I wish I lived somewhere like Georgia!
Added by sjmohr on Mar 23, 2015 8:59 AM
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